Synonyms for crenulatus or Related words with crenulatus

brevicornis              dohrni              powelli              fenestrata              lirata              inconspicuus              leonensis              costatus              convexicollis              inconstans              semistriatus              denticulatus              consobrina              alluaudi              dilatatus              championi              wehncke              tenuicornis              watsoni              violovitsh              flavipennis              bequaerti              bicarinata              nodulosa              galatheae              laticollis              antennatus              beckeri              longicollis              borgmeier              bicarinatus              distinguenda              longispina              annulicornis              topsent              schmidti              depressus              bruchi              consimilis              coxalis              anodontites              plaumanni              pictipennis              carpenteri              constrictus              angulicollis              puncticollis              chevrolat              jeanneli              bellula             

Examples of "crenulatus"
Platyxanthus crenulatus is a species of crab in the family Platyxanthidae.
Meroctenus crenulatus is a species of beetle in the family Carabidae, the only species in the genus Meroctenus.
Dyschirius crenulatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Scaritinae. It was described by Putzeys in 1866.
Notonomus crenulatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Sloane in 1911.
Abacetus crenulatus is a species of ground beetle in the subfamily Pterostichinae. It was described by Dejean in 1831.
Adeuomphalus crenulatus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk, unassigned in the superfamily Seguenzioidea.
The species name is derived from the Latin word "crenulatus" (meaning minutely notched) and refers to the heavily scalloped posterior margin of male.
Nassarius crenulatus is a species of sea snail, a marine gastropod mollusk in the family Nassariidae, the Nassa mud snails or dog whelks.
Hemigrapsus crenulatus, the hairy-handed crab or , is a marine crab of the family Varunidae, endemic to the New Zealand coast, although a taxon in Chile may be conspecific.
Ematheudes crenulatus is a species of snout moth in the genus "Ematheudes". It was described by J.C. Shaffer in 1998, and is known from the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
"I. kaiseri" occurs in Moldavia, southern Ukraine and Crimea, Romania, Egypt and Israel, with single finds recorded from the northern Caucasus, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. Its range overlaps that of "Ixodes crenulatus", with corresponding developmental stages found together on the same hosts.
"A. crenulata" is a member of the genus "Atractomorpha", which is part of family Pyrgomorphidae. Johan Christian Fabricius, in his 1793 book "Supplementum Entomologiae Systematicae", recorded the species as "Truxalis crenulatus"; it was later designated "A. crenulata crenulata" by William Forsell Kirby in 1910. As such, "A. crenulata" is the type species of its genus, which was described by Henri Louis Frédéric de Saussure in 1862.
Raccoon dogs carry 32 different parasitic worms, including eight trematode species, 17 species of nematodes, seven cestodes and particularly "Echinococcus". Six species of fleas are known to be carried by them, including "Chaetopsylla trichosa", "C. globiceps", "Paraceras melis", "Ctenocephalides felis", "C. canis" and "Pulex irritans". Ticks include "Dermacentor pictus", "Ixodes ricinus", "I. persulcatus", "I. crenulatus" and "Acarus siro". It has been speculated that the introduction of the raccoon dog to Europe brought with it infected ticks that introduced the Asian tick-borne meningoencephalitis virus.
Like many other acanthocephalans, recent studies have shown that the presence of cystacanth of "Profilicollis antarcticus" causes behavioral alterations due to changes in the levels of hemolymph dopamine in its intermediate host, the crab "Hemigrapsus crenulatus". These changes in the biogenic amino levels can cause behavioral changes such as changes in response to external stimuli resulting from neurological damages (escape behavior), increased conspicuity resulting from modified pigmentation and/ or behavior and castration. Previous studies have also shown that crabs infected with cystacanths exhibit higher metabolic rates and activity levels than non-parasitized crabs.
The species is found along the sublittoral zone of the western Atlantic in the waters of Brazil, Uruguay and Argentina, associated mostly with hard bottoms. Adults are robust and conspicuous crabs, with a smooth carapace, dorsally purple and white ventrally. Their claws have marked heterochely and right-handedness (i.e. dimorphism between chelae and the tendency of bearing the major claw on the right-hand side of the body), traits associated with shell-breaking feeding habits. Due to its abundance, large size and diet, "P. crenulatus" presumably has an important ecological role as a predator in benthic communities.